Algerians recreate World Cup experience at home
[VIDEO PICK] Algeria won its first World Cup game in 32 years with a 4-2 victory of South Korea on Sunday, setting off wild celebrations, such as these in a
stadium in the northeast Algerian city of Constantine, where fans created their own Brazil 2014 atmosphere.
Algeria has only qualified for three previous World Cups. In 2010, Les Fennecs
didn't even score a goal. These fans in Constantine had four to celebrate.
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